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Corporate Membership

Standard Membership (26+ employees): £655 GBP / €760 EUR / $925 USD per year
Reduced Membership (11 – 25 employees): £525 GBP / €610 EUR / $745 USD per year
Reduced Membership (1 – 10 employees): £375 GBP / €435 EUR / $535 USD per year

Associate Membership

Standard Membership (26+ employees): £995 GBP/ €1,155 EUR / $1,400 USD per year
Reduced Membership (11 – 25 employees): £795 GBP / €925 EUR / $1,120 USD per year
Reduced Membership (1 – 10 employees): £595 GBP / €690 EUR / $845 USD per year

Retired Membership

£30 / €35 EUR / $45 per year

The Air Charter Association requires full payment by 1st April 2019,in order to activate your renewal. The membership fee is valid up to 31 March 2020 and includes Social Membership to The Baltic Exchange (excluding Retired Members). The current membership fees are based on the total number of personnel (to include Directors as well as employees) and principal aviation activity. VAT will be applied where applicable. Please read the terms of payment below. Fields marked with an * are required.

Retired members please renew your membership here.

Membership Renewal Form

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As a designated representative of the Applicant, I confirm that the above details are correct and agree that any aviation related staff of the applicant will abide by the Code of Practice of the Association.

Payment Terms:
The Air Charter Association requires full payment of all renewals within 30 days of invoice date. Failure to make the required payment on time, may result in your membership being terminated.

Please also note that our PayPal account is no longer active.

If you wish to pay by card, please telephone us.

The Air Charter Association Code of Practice

Member companies should ensure that their aviation related staff are fully aware of, and comply with, the contents and implications of the Air Charter Association Code of Practice.


1. maintain the highest professional standards in their day-to-day business activities.

2. act fairly, reasonably, responsibly, honourably and ethically with each other and with their clients and colleagues, and not knowingly bring the Association into disrepute.

3. act within the legal and fiscal requirements of the states in which they conduct their business, and in accordance with international law and United Nations agreements.

4. not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexuality or disability.

5. handle complaints quickly and sympathetically, and correct errors promptly.

6. keep personal and sensitive business information confidential, and abide by the requirements of applicable data privacy and protection policies and legislation.

7. provide appropriate training for their staff wherever possible, and encourage employees to obtain relevant qualifications and maintain their professional skills.

8. when using a Broker to contract business on their behalf, pay the Broker an agreed commission. If a Member prefers to provide a price which does not include a commission then it will be assumed by the Broker that he has permission to establish his own price with a third party in lieu of such commission.

9. avoid quoting differing prices for what appears to be the same business, accepting that differences will occur if proposals are differently made.


10. declare, when proposing a transaction, whether their role is to be as Principal or Broker.

11. declare early in any proposed transaction on behalf of which Principal they propose to act. This does not mean the Member has to identify the Principal at this stage, but the Member needs to establish that he/she will be acting as Broker on behalf of a Principal.

12. not exceed the authority given to them by their Principal and should act with due care and skill.

13. avoid conflicts of interest, to not make a secret profit and keep a full and proper account of any transaction.

14. avoid any misleading statements in advertising or publicity which suggest that the broker is an aircraft operator or owner when they are not so.

15. carry out due diligence, to their best endeavours, in order to establish that any operator they engage for a flight or flights is properly licensed, insured, documented and competent, and that the aircraft to be used is airworthy and properly maintained.

Please also refer to the Association Membership Rules

Please scroll through and read all terms and conditions before agreeing.
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